The Humanitarian Intervention Centre is a proud new addition to the Coalition of Peace and is hugely supportive of the fine work done by Children of Peace and its partners.
Action has consequences. Inaction has too. This is the motto of the Humanitarian Intervention Centre. We are an independent foreign policy think tank seeking to draw attention to the consequences of action and inaction in the face of serious human rights abuses and violence against civilians the world over.
To further this goal the HIC produces high quality commentary, analysis and scholarly research on humanitarian intervention, international security policy and democracy promotion.
The HIC publishes its own commentary and papers on a wide range of topics related to the Arab-Israeli dispute on our website www.hicentre.org and also often in international media. Our fellows have written for a variety of publications ranging from the Guardian to the Spectator, and appear on the BBC and Sky News.
We cover a large range of political and security issues from various genocides and conflicts beginning to take an annihilationist form, to discussing various aspects of terrorism, to the abominable practice of female genital mutilation and myriad topics beyond these.
Our highly active fellows span the political spectrum and have been involved in Tommy Robinson’s defection from the English Defence League initiated by the Quilliam Foundation; the Ashraf Campaign, which supports Iran’s democratic opposition in exile, and briefing MPs on the eve of the vote on the Syrian conflict.
Our work is well regarded and the HIC’s topical and unique analysis has seen it submit evidence to several committee inquiries in the British House of Commons and House of Lords.
The Humanitarian Intervention Centre is a proud new addition to the Coalition of Peace and is hugely supportive of the fine work done by Children of Peace and its partners in the region. As a result of this work the fostering of better interfaith and intercommunity relations will ensure that long term peace in Israel and Palestine will become a genuinely achievable goal in future generations.